good behaviour

CREDIT SYSTEM INTRODUCED BY OBIKE, DID NOT TAKE LONG FOR USERS TO DISPLAY BAD HABITS

The oBike has now introduced a points system to reward good users or punish bad ones. oBike is introducing a credit system in its app to encourage better behaviour among its users.

Points will be added for "positive behaviour" such as reporting broken bikes, as well as to encourage frequent use of the app. However, points will be docked for "negative behaviour" such as parking at non-designated bike parking areas and forgetting to lock a bike. The lower the points, the higher the cost of the ride. Users start with 100 points, and once they have zero points, they will no longer be able to use the service. Some offences, such as violating traffic rules, will instantly reduce the user's points to zero.

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FAIR? ORGANISERS OF SAFE BICYCLE RACE W/O PERMIT GETS JAILED BUT MAN WHO RACED CAR W/O PERMIT LET OFF WITH PROBATION

Interestingly in Singapore; two guys who conducted bicycle races without permit, because they wanted to make the race affordable to youths and engage them into to the healthy and physically demanding sport of fixed gear riding, evolving to a community by itself recognized by the Cycling federation, gets 7 Days jail and fined for $5000/- , after forking out thousands in legal fees.

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